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Today we're following the truce in the Gaza war, a huge Internet outage for Time Warner customers, and a 13-year-old who knows a thing or two about back-to-school fashion.
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Ebola has now claimed the lives of three major doctors who contracted the disease while working to stop it in West Africa. Dr. Sahr Rogers had been working at a hospital in Kenema, and the announcement of his death has heightened concern over Sierra Leone's fight against the disease which has already killed more than 1,400 people across West Africa. Now, Air France announced it temporarily suspended its flights to Sierra Leone. The carrier has joined the ranks of airlines that have already ceased service to the countries hardest hit by the outbreak, a decision that's made it more difficult for the U.N. to to transport aide and supplies into those regions.
Relief for now. The war in Gaza has finally ended after Israel and Hamas finally agreed to a long-term ceasefire after 50 days of what's been described as the deadliest violence in a decade. But for Israel, clashes have not entirely ceased, as a new conflict has sprung up along the Syrian border, where Syrian rebels took control of a frontier crossing in the Golan Heights.
Apparently, it doesn't matter to the voters of Florida whether Charlie Crist is an Independent, a Republican, or Democrat -- they just want to see him back in office. Crist beat out former state Senator Nan Rich in Florida's Democratic primary on Tuesday and earned the party's nomination to challenge Republican Governor Rick Scott in the gubernatorial race come November. "Floridians are smart and fortunately we know each other," Crist said after he was declared the primary winner. But does he have the momentum to overcome the non-stop pummeling put forth by Scott's attack ads that have been deriding his character since he announced his campaign? Only time will tell.
It's a bad day for Time Warner Cable. While you were sleeping, the telecom giant pulled the plug on its subscribers' Internet service. Cue national outrage. The company said the problem impacted all of its markets, but it was working overtime to restore its Internet backbone. While an analyst at TMF Associates told the Associated Press these outages happen to all providers, these problems are not often on a national scale. To make matters worse, the FCC said Time Warner Cable would pay $1.1 million for failing to report its outages in a timely enough manner.
Isabella Rose Taylor might be the most impressive teenager you've never heard of -- until now. A painter since she was 3, she took a weekend sewing class at 9 and fell in love with fashion design. Now, at the ripe age of 13, Taylor is debuting her clothing line at Nordstrom stores this fall and will be holding her first show at New York Fashion Week. "What we really liked about her is that she is actually the age of the customer so there's that reliability factor that she has," Jennifer Jackson Brown, a corporate merchandising manager for Nordstrom told the Associated Press. "She's actually quite a visionary at the age of 13."
Meet 15-year-old CiCi Bellis. She became the youngest player to win a U.S. Open match since 1996 on Tuesday -- almost three years before she was born.